Massage Therapy Customized to Fit Your Lifestyle

I used to believe that getting a professional massage was something that men and women did to feel pampered or spoiled once in a while.  Our massage therapist would smack me if she heard me say that out loud, but no worries Christine, I know better now.  Massage therapy is not only mentally therapeutic but physically as well.  Christine has taught me a thing or two about this subject, so I thought I would share some of my newfound knowledge with you.

At K Bella, we offer different types of massage to meet every need.  I thought it would be best to talk a bit about Sports Massage Therapy, since the New Year always boosts our motivation to be fit, stay fit, and meet physical goals. My fitness goal personally is to finish the year sporting a sweet set of pipes well on my way.  Sports therapy is a specific use of massage techniques and hydrotherapy to encourage flexibility, strength, increase blood flow, and stimulate neurological pathways.  These techniques are used either as maintenance or as a recovery method from injury or a procedure.

If you have an injury, partnering up with your doctor and massage therapist can possibly offer a quicker and less painless recovery.  If you consider Sports Massage strictly for maintenance, your massage therapist can help you keep your body in tip-top condition to continue on with your routine.

Christine is an absolute fountain of knowledge about massage and offers services that are tailored to meet your physical needs.  I still believe it is a treat to come in for a “just for the heck of it” massage here and there too!  If you ever have any questions about how massage can benefit you, give Christine a call here at K Bella.  She will absolutely have an answer.

Have a beautiful week!

Kristan Sayers

Kristan is an International Design Artist with Neuma, and the owner of K Bella Hair Studio & Spa. She opened K Bella in 2009, where she also began her own Academy Program training students to become licensed cosmetologists. In 2016 she became the State Representative for licensing regulations to help watch for legislative changes that could hurt the beauty industry. Kristan is also known for working with salons to help them grow and train their hairdressers and guiding them in everything from salon design to training programs for salon owners and managers.

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